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Students are Leaders of the Future

SEED SPOT Schools is on a mission to educate, train, and support the next generation of problem solvers.

We've developed turnkey curriculum that integrates entrepreneurship, STEM, and design-thinking to equip students with the 21st century skills necessary to create market-based solutions to social problems. 

Partner with us to join the ranks of innovative and cutting-edge schools nationwide transforming their students into proactive leaders of the future. We can't wait to work with you!


"Before SEED SPOT, I never would have seen myself as an entrepreneur. In fact, I didn’t even really know what an entrepreneur was. But I understand now that entrepreneurs are just regular people, like me, who actively seek out solutions to the problems in their communities.”

Josh Kaplan, Co-Founder of BrailleBoard
Read more about his SEED SPOT journey HERE.

Programs We Offer


Explore: Intro to Impact-Driven Entrepreneurship

A flexible 20-lesson program designed to help students:

  • Identify social problems
  • Understand root causes of systemic issues
  • Explore being a social entrepreneur
  • Connect with community mentors
  • Launch mini-ventures to address local problems
  • Virtually compete against national Explore students

Build: Designing an impact-driven business

A year-long course designed to help students:

  • Utilize design thinking to assess social problems
  • Understand root cause analysis
  • Assess individual strengths and form diverse teams
  • Ideate and prototype solutions
  • Build business models, cost, and revenue structures
  • Form pitch decks and compete at Demo Day to win cash prizes

Scale: Launching an impact-driven business

A year-long course designed to help students:

  • Rapidly prototype solutions
  • Iterate through customer feedback
  • Launch go-to-market strategy
  • Define scalable business models
  • Build out team and advisors
  • Design pitch deck to raise capital

**Must first participate in the Build program to be eligible for Scale.**



Learn about the benefits of teaching high school students entrepreneurship


Hosted by SEED SPOT, Demo Day is the culminating event after a year of students identifying social problems, prototyping solutions, iterating through customer feedback, and developing a go-to-market strategy. Student teams from across the country present their three-minute pitches to an audience of hundreds for the opportunity to win cash prizes.

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"SEED SPOT’s curriculum taught me how to communicate with people in a professional manner and how much work it actually takes to create a business. It also made me realize all the problems in society and how much we can do to help fix those issues. It definitely helped me feel more ready for college and a future career."

Tylor Tang, Co-Founder of Mobile Rain
Read more about her SEED SPOT journey HERE.


SEED SPOT partners with public, private, and charter schools. Here are some of our current partner schools:

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"I love working with SEED SPOT – it’s been very valuable. From finding ways to launch my venture to getting me involved in mentoring, SEED SPOT presented me with countless opportunities to make a difference. SEED SPOT is touching the lives of high school students who dream of making big things happen.”

Carlos Martinez, Co-Founder of Seeds for Needs
Read more about his SEED SPOT journey HERE.

How To Bring to Your School



Indicate your interest in SEED SPOT Schools by filling out this short form



Within 2-3 days, you will talk to SEED SPOT about signing a contract



Teachers will be trained on best practices for teaching social entrepreneurship



SEED SPOT curriculum is deployed to cultivate student innovation!

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"SEED SPOT was the first class I was super engaged and challenged in, yet at the same time I had a blast! It reminded me that learning could be fun.”

Anish Patel, Co-Founder of Eyes Up